CHRISTIAN Science has been called the best charity ever, and now it’s asking the world to help.
The UN’s International Organization for Migration says it has made the UN’s new Red Cross World Hope program a success, and will be making the same appeal to help Syrian refugees this week.
“The Red Cross is the best aid organisation we know,” said Maria Hirsch, the UN refugee agency’s humanitarian operations director.
“Its approach to humanitarian aid has been so different from that of any other aid organisation.
It’s a really great example of how humanitarian aid works.”
The Red, White and Blue charity is making a donation of about $50 million (£32m) to help Syrians and Iraqis.
It has a team of 120, and they are making their first trip to Turkey, the Middle East and South Asia.
The Red cross team will be arriving in the country in the coming weeks, and Hirsch said she hopes the Red Cross will “be an important partner” in helping refugees.
“We have to give them a hand.
We have to offer them shelter and a chance to start rebuilding their lives.
If you want help we’ll put you in touch with someone who can help you,” she said.
But UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, who is due to visit Turkey later this month, has warned against giving the aid organisation too much money.
“I am absolutely convinced that the Red Crescent’s contribution to relief efforts is not enough,” he said on Monday.
Guterres told the ABC the Red cross’s focus on helping refugees was a positive thing.””
The main focus is on helping the refugees, and the main priority is that they are helped.”
Guterres told the ABC the Red cross’s focus on helping refugees was a positive thing.
“If we were to spend the money to help them all of a sudden, I don’t think that would be a good idea,” he told the broadcaster.
But the UN says the Red crows are working with Syrian refugees and that they need more help.
“They are working to help people in need in the most vulnerable and remote parts of the world, and we are working in the area of food security,” the UN Refugee Agency’s director, Margaret Chan, said in a statement.
Chan said it was vital that the aid was not given to groups that were not doing enough.
“There are many organisations around the world who have already given up on helping these people.
The Red Cross, by giving them their first aid kit and a little food and shelter, is a good first step,” Chan said.”
But we need to be clear that the people we are supporting in these countries are in dire need of support.”